Her new movie, Paradise, is all about religion. In the movie, which was originally titled Lamb of God, a young religious woman (Julianne Hough) is in a terrible accident, which causes her to question G-d and run off to Las Vegas to see what sin feels like.

Well, it looks like screenwriter/director Diablo Cody had some pretty specific pop-culture inspirations for the movie: The Duggars. Particularly Jinger. Diablo recently tweeted that if Jinger ever wants to run away from her family, she can com..

Jim Bob Duggar has never kept his values a secret, even if they are somewhat downplayed on his TLC series 19 Kids and Counting.

The former Arkansas state representative appeared at the Values Voter Summit and made a speech about the evils of abortion. In his speech, Jim Bob relayed a story about Mike Huckabee visiting a former concentration camp (which he defines as “where a lot of Jewish people were killed,” in case you hadn’t heard) and then drew a parallel between abortion and the Holocaust.

Although they love to go on and on about modesty, Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar sure don’t mind sharing TMI details about their sex life on national TV. The couple constantly brags about how they’re “trying” for yet another kid (yes, we do know where babies come from, but thanks for the visual) and Jim Bob’s pre-wedding “sex talk” with son Josh Duggar is still one of the most cringeworthy things I’ve ever seen on TV.
This week’s episode, though, brought a whole new level of ick. The episode..

Actor/reality star Stephen Baldwin scored a $110,000 book advance to write a book entitled Ready to Get Dangerous? The book was supposed to be a memoir about Stephen’s life with a heavy dose of Christianity. A press release described the book, which was sold in 2007, as “what it means to live everyday as ‘a sold out, hardcore, nothing held back Jesus freak.'”

However, Stephen has not actually written the book, which puts him in violation of his contract. His publisher, Hachette, is now suin..

Before Katy Perry was an animal-print-and-candy-loving pop star, she was Katy Hudson, aspiring Christian singer. Though her switch to the secular side of music helped make her a star, Katy (whose parents are pastors) hasn’t given up on her Christian background. Her new album Prism features the ballad “By the Grace of God,” which probably won’t ever be released as a single but does a bang-up job appealing to one of her core constituencies.

But what does John Mayer think?